Rounds of severe storms, flooding possible Wednesday


We are in a marginal risk for severe weather both today and Thursday. This means that we may see some isolated, intense thunderstorms. Strong winds and hail are likely, especially north of Interstate 90, the NWS reports.

Wednesday's thunderstorm chances are low in general.

Today: Storms with some moderate rain are possible in the morning and then storms should take off again late in the day or in the evening.

Strong and Severe thunderstorms have developed over the high country and will continue moving into the I-25 corridor through the afternoon and evening.

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- The warm and humid air is settling in over metro Detroit and southeast MI on Wednesday, bringing the potential for severe thunderstorms and LOTS of rain. The overall chance of seeing storms this afternoon is only around 30%. They will fire off of our stationary front still located to the northwest throughout the afternoon and will be isolated in nature for the most part.

Scattered showers and thunderstorms may linger into the day on Thursday initially, but we will see a drying trend as we go through the day. We'll have more updates as we get closer to time. High 89F. Low 72F.

Thursday|Scattered thunderstorms possible. Highs in the upper 70s and lows in the upper 60s. Highs stay in the mid-80s under partly cloudy skies.